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#201 2015-02-19 9:42am

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Yep made the stem


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#202 2015-02-19 9:59am

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#203 2015-02-20 11:59pm

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Think im gonna buy a spline drive insert and a profile ripsaw from their website and mill it to fit the insert.


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#204 2015-02-21 3:41am

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Great looking homemade parts.


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#205 2015-02-21 9:34am

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Awesome big_smile


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#206 2015-03-01 8:40am

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great post.

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#207 2015-03-01 8:47am

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oldschoolace wrote:

Working on some custom sealed bearing 3d printed pedals for my zeronine ultra smile

http://i1182.photobucket.com/albums/x45 … 6fdbb8.jpg

these are great, using the shape logos in the design seems almost like something they would have done if they made these.


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#208 2015-04-05 1:21pm

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Custom Made Billet Aluminum - Cannondale Headshock Caps

Had these made back in 1995 or so.
The guy made a total of 5 of these, don't remember what we did with the other 3 caps.
Was a guy out of Portland Oregon, name was Sam Son. Might not have spelled his name correctly.
He came into our bike shop frequently, always in the search for light weight and anodized
parts for his Cannondale MTB. He didn't like the crappy plastic headshock caps that Cannondale
was making, so he made his own and asked us if we wanted t o buy a few.

As I recall he said they were CNC'd.

Sorry for the crappy pictures, was to lazy to get up from the computer and go downstairs
into the garage for proper lighting    tongue

http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm272/306bikes/Cannondale%20Headshock%20Caps...1_zpsuy6wbflt.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm272/306bikes/Cannondale%20Headshock%20Caps...5_zpsm1klsp2m.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm272/306bikes/Cannondale%20Headshock%20Caps...4_zpsv1fdjeuy.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm272/306bikes/Cannondale%20Headshock%20Caps...3_zpsmoku8wi4.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm272/306bikes/Cannondale%20Headshock%20Caps...2_zpsdsx5gyio.jpg

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#209 2015-04-05 3:08pm

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This thread is awesome. Lots of good work.
Good to be your own R&D department.


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#210 2015-04-05 4:43pm

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stonie wrote:

Custom Made Billet Aluminum - Cannondale Headshock Caps

Had these made back in 1995 or so.
The guy made a total of 5 of these, don't remember what we did with the other 3 caps.
Was a guy out of Portland Oregon, name was Sam Son. Might not have spelled his name correctly.
He came into our bike shop frequently, always in the search for light weight and anodized
parts for his Cannondale MTB. He didn't like the crappy plastic headshock caps that Cannondale
was making, so he made his own and asked us if we wanted t o buy a few.

As I recall he said they were CNC'd.

Sorry for the crappy pictures, was to lazy to get up from the computer and go downstairs
into the garage for proper lighting    tongue

http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … 6wbflt.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … klsp2m.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … fdjeuy.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … ku8wi4.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … x5gyio.jpg

Those are really nice. This is like what i do, i will see something on my bike i can make a little better and use that part to get all the numbers and maybe tweek it a bit. I almost never make anything entirely from scratch, except my stem i made that doesnt work lol

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#211 2015-04-06 9:19am

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squirrelsmith wrote:

stonie wrote:

Custom Made Billet Aluminum - Cannondale Headshock Caps

Had these made back in 1995 or so.
The guy made a total of 5 of these, don't remember what we did with the other 3 caps.
Was a guy out of Portland Oregon, name was Sam Son. Might not have spelled his name correctly.
He came into our bike shop frequently, always in the search for light weight and anodized
parts for his Cannondale MTB. He didn't like the crappy plastic headshock caps that Cannondale
was making, so he made his own and asked us if we wanted t o buy a few.

As I recall he said they were CNC'd.

Sorry for the crappy pictures, was to lazy to get up from the computer and go downstairs
into the garage for proper lighting    tongue

http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … 6wbflt.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … klsp2m.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … fdjeuy.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … ku8wi4.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … x5gyio.jpg

Those are really nice. This is like what i do, i will see something on my bike i can make a little better and use that part to get all the numbers and maybe tweek it a bit. I almost never make anything entirely from scratch, except my stem i made that doesnt work lol

You might need to invest in a knurling tool, as we already talked about previously
on those JP hubshells. That stem might hold fine for you if it had knurling????


Gnarly is when it's beyond radical, it's balls out danger, & or perfection, & or skill or all of that combined. Nobody can shred like that guy, he's gnarly.                                        \m/  ( º . º )  \m/

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#212 2015-04-06 9:24am

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squirrelsmith wrote:

stonie wrote:

Custom Made Billet Aluminum - Cannondale Headshock Caps

Had these made back in 1995 or so.
The guy made a total of 5 of these, don't remember what we did with the other 3 caps.
Was a guy out of Portland Oregon, name was Sam Son. Might not have spelled his name correctly.
He came into our bike shop frequently, always in the search for light weight and anodized
parts for his Cannondale MTB. He didn't like the crappy plastic headshock caps that Cannondale
was making, so he made his own and asked us if we wanted t o buy a few.

As I recall he said they were CNC'd.

Sorry for the crappy pictures, was to lazy to get up from the computer and go downstairs
into the garage for proper lighting    tongue

http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … 6wbflt.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … klsp2m.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … fdjeuy.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … ku8wi4.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm27 … x5gyio.jpg

Those are really nice. This is like what i do, i will see something on my bike i can make a little better and use that part to get all the numbers and maybe tweek it a bit. I almost never make anything entirely from scratch, except my stem i made that doesnt work lol

You might need to invest in a knurling tool, as we already talked about previously
on those JP hubshells. That stem might hold fine for you if it had knurling????


Gnarly is when it's beyond radical, it's balls out danger, & or perfection, & or skill or all of that combined. Nobody can shred like that guy, he's gnarly.                                        \m/  ( º . º )  \m/

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#213 2015-04-06 10:00am

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I used too small of bolts. I used m6's seems industry standard is m8 or 5/16 - 18


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#214 2015-04-06 10:06am

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squirrelsmith wrote:

I used too small of bolts. I used m6's seems industry standard is m8 or 5/16 - 18

Yeah, only mini stems seem use the M6's


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#215 2015-04-06 10:35am

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stonie wrote:

squirrelsmith wrote:

I used too small of bolts. I used m6's seems industry standard is m8 or 5/16 - 18

Yeah, only mini stems seem use the M6's

Probably most of my problem right there. A little more surface area on the bars probably wouldnt have hurt either. Anyway i ordered a set of 5/16-18 titanium bolts that im going to use for my next one. Gonna do something simple and clean. I always like the boss mini stems, might use that for insperation


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#216 2015-04-06 12:19pm

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squirrelsmith wrote:

stonie wrote:

squirrelsmith wrote:

I used too small of bolts. I used m6's seems industry standard is m8 or 5/16 - 18

Yeah, only mini stems seem use the M6's

Probably most of my problem right there. A little more surface area on the bars probably wouldnt have hurt either. Anyway i ordered a set of 5/16-18 titanium bolts that im going to use for my next one. Gonna do something simple and clean. I always like the boss mini stems, might use that for insperation

Can't wait to see it.
Have fun!!     big_smile


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#217 2015-04-06 8:45pm

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http://i540.photobucket.com/albums/gg342/squirrelkevansmith/Mobile%20Uploads/20150406_175552_zpstmzuuf88.jpg
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#218 2015-04-06 8:45pm

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#219 2015-04-06 10:03pm

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Got my 5/16-18 gold anodize titanium bolts today big_smile its stem time


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#220 2015-04-07 6:29am

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squirrelsmith wrote:

Got my 5/16-18 gold anodize titanium bolts today big_smile its stem time

Show off.....lol j/k
Some great stuff there Squirrelsmith.

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#222 2016-06-04 12:22pm

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Great work guys.

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#223 2016-06-15 11:46pm

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#224 2016-06-16 9:07am

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bump

Really Kevan?

That's all you have for us is a bump    sad

Was really hoping to see more of your killer creations, from the mad scientist lab    tongue




I haven't dabbled with making anything in the last few years.
Moved from Az to Idaho, and had a kid all in the last few years.
Zero time to create anything but another kid     lol


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#225 2016-06-16 12:55pm

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stonie wrote:

squirrelsmith wrote:

bump

Really Kevan?

That's all you have for us is a bump    sad

Was really hoping to see more of your killer creations, from the mad scientist lab    tongue




I haven't dabbled with making anything in the last few years.
Moved from Az to Idaho, and had a kid all in the last few years.
Zero time to create anything but another kid     lol

Im making more pedals. This time im making the spindles too. One set titanium and one 17-4 h1100 stainless


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